Public has not forgotten old relationship of BSP and BJP: Akhilesh

Public has not forgotten old relationship of BSP and BJP: Akhilesh

Akhilesh-yadav



Lucknow: Countering Bahujan Samaj Paty (BSP) president Mayawati’s statement for Muslim community, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said today that public has not forgotten the old relationship of BSP and Bharatiya Janata Party. Mr Yadav challenged Ms Mayawati that "can she promise that she would not make alliance with BJP if situation calls for it". Ms Mayawati had suggested yesterday at a rally organised here on 10th death anniversary of party founder Kanshi Ram that Muslims should not vote for the SP or the Congress as it will strengthen the BJP only. Inaugurating a portal for registration of smart phone here, Mr Yadav said, “She is saying that SP has divided but Muslim brothers knew that how we are closed to them. Public has not forgotten yet that who had tied Rakhi to whom in Raksha Bandhan and who had asked for votes for BJP in Gujarat”. Mr Yadav said 90 per cent public of the state was satisfied with development works and working of government. “We haven’t issued our manifesto yet but other parties are feeling insecure,” he added. Slamming the BSP president’s statement that she will distribute cash if she comes to power, Mr Yadav said she had much cash stored. Chief medical officers, engineers and extortions on her birthday were highlights of her tenure. Mr Yadav alleged even BJP also told lies. “Everyone is waiting for 'Achhe din' yet,” he commented. Stating smart phone as further step of laptop scheme, Mr Yadav said smart phone will work as link between public and government.

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